23-1 Fall 2011 “Beyond Racism” Table of ContentsAug 15th, 2011 | By tcj | Category: 23-1: Beyond Racism, Archives
I Share a Dream
By Thomas Peacock, Ed.D.
Even in the 21st century, racism persists. The author explores his family history—and helps readers understand how to eliminate the hurt of racism.
Ignorance, is it Bliss?
By Mary Annette Pember
While writing about photographs of Haskell Indian Nations University’s very first class, the author
reflects on her own family’s boarding school experience.
TCJ Student Edition 2011
In the introduction, Mark Turcotte (Turtle Mountain Ojibwe) addresses student writers, saying, “as I read the top three choices—as well as the selections for honorable mention— in fiction, poetry, and memoir, I was immediately struck with the sense of urgency I encountered.”
30th Annual AIHEC Conference
April 16-19, 2011, Bismarck, ND
Photographers captured just a few of the highlights at the annual conference and powwow in Bismarck, ND.
Dear Readers: Keeping a Positive Focus on Inevitable Change
By Rachael Marchbanks
Editor’s Essay: Moving Toward Healing
By Laura Paskus
Resource Guide: Race and ethnicity Resource Guide: Can we finally have “The Talk”?
By Michael W. Simpson
ON THE COVER: Photo illustration by Walt Pourier, Nakota Designs